A demonstration of the Racor MarineTurbine series, which uses an advanced three-stage process to separate and remove water and contaminants from fuel, will clearly show visitors how effective fuel filtration can help to extend engine life and improve reliability. The Racor MarineTurbine series has a heavy duty construction to enhance durability in challenging operating environments and is designed for quick-and-easy installation. A choice of 2, 10 and 30 micron filter ratings are available along with single, duplex and triplex formations.
A dependable and unlimited supply of clean fresh potable water is another necessity for most marine applications. Parker Hannifin’s broad range of reverse osmosis water makers provide a solution for seagoing vessels of all sizes and allow journeys to be planned without building in frequent stops to take on additional drinking water. The modular and efficient Little Wonder series that will be featured on the A.S.A.P booth is designed for use on cruising sail boats where space is limited and the utmost reliability is required. Capable of delivering fresh water outputs ranging from 145 to 200 gallons per day, models from the Little Wonder series feature a single piston, belt driven, low RPM, high-pressure pump. The modular units are quiet, reliable and field serviceable.
The experienced stand team will be available to discuss and demonstrate the company’s fuel filtration and water making products and provide guidance on marine applications to booth visitors throughout the nine days of the 2013 show.